The certified nursing assistant training programs you can find in De Witt, Arkansas that are shown on this page are open for enrollment as of the writing of this post. For more information about how you can get started, please call the phone number below.
Phillips Community College
1210 Ricebelt Ave. Hwy 165,
De Witt, AR 72042
You have to complete a CNA program to become a nursing aide. The State of Arkansas requires at least 100 hours of clinical hours for you to pass the training programs. These hours will be divided in both classroom lectures and clinical practice. Your clinical practice will take place in either a hospital or a nursing home. There are also some that will take place in health care centers. Most training programs and classes will last from 2 months up to 6 months. After which, you will then be able to apply for the license examination to become a certified nursing assistant.
The State of Arkansas requires you enroll in a program that provides at least 100 hours of experience in a health care setting, and 75 hours of class coursework for you to be able to take the nurse aide test. Most training classes will last from 2 months up to 6 months. After which, you will then be able to take the licensure examination for you to get a job as a certified nursing assistant.
This city is the county seat of Arkansas County. It is in charge of the southern district of the state. According to the census of 2010, their total population was around 3,292 people. It has a total area of approximately 2.6 sq miles, where all of it is land. Its population density is estimated to be 1,366.2/sq mile.
Healthc care facilities that are available within the city include Take Care Clinic at select Walgreens, Burleson Medical Clinic, Ferguson Rural Health Clinic, Dewitt Family Medical – Eddie Hord MD, Baptist Health Family Clinic Dewitt, Arkansas County Health Unit, and many more. photo attribution: abbeyfieldkent